PHILADELPHIA (NBC) - A wedding guest died when a brawl turned into a free-for-all in Philadelphia.
Guests from two wedding parties duked it out at a hotel early Sunday morning.
Police were outnumbered by the scores of people fighting and called for backup.
The guest who died suffered a heart attack, and it's not yet clear if he was involved in the fighting.
"The Philadelphia Inquirer" reports he was an uncle of a bride.
Police arrested two people on a charge of disorderly conduct and two others, charged with assault on a police officer.
Investigators don't know what sparked the fight but said it was fueled by alcohol.
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